The worldly renowned university Oslo has launched its MSCA individual fellowship!
Take your next step in advancing your career with a MSCA individual fellowship at the University of Oslo– the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Norway!
If you have a passion for research and want to pursue a career in hard-scientific academia, the Marie Sklodowska-(MSCA) Individual Fellowships could be the right option for you.
The Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences at the University of Oslo is offering a MA-level course between the 8th and 10th of May, 2019, for those applying for an MSCA Individual Fellowship with our Faculty as the host institution. The MA-level course is also open for candidates applying for a MSCA Global Fellowship with out Faculty as the return host institution.
The University of Oslo is one of the World’s Top 100 Universities, according to the Shanghai World Ranking (No.62 in 2018). Uio offers excellent research and research-based education, and attracts highly qualified students and researchers from all across the globe. Uio’s faculty covers a broad field of subjects within natural sciences and technology. Here you will find exception research environments with highly competent researchers, recognized both nationally and internationally.
Uio’s MA-level training course includes an in-depth training program for fellows and hosts; an intensive 3-day workshop at the Uio; application-writing and technical support, as well as contact with the university’s EU-support team. The MA-level course is free of charge and travel allowances are available for candidates travelling to Oslo. The application deadline is the 15th of March, 2019, don’t miss out!